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Difficult Patients and History Patients
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Your Name Prof’s Name Course Code Date Lesson Plan: Difficult Patients and History Patients and Taking Medical Histories Abstract: this will be a lesson plan identifying strategies to deal with difficult patients when collecting family history. Many patients in a clinical environment will either be unwilling or unable to provide family history in cogent ways, and nurses will have to learn how to cope with that.
This lesson will teach students some strategies for dealing with patients who are unwilling or unable to cooperate when giving a family history. Furthermore, this lesson can include a swath of transferable skills that will be useful in other areas, thus providing a much greater benefit than its narrow focus would seem to suggest. However, the most important reason for this might be that this kind of lesson can force a nurse to be critical of the role that informal theory plays in their practice towards patients, to gain confidence as creators of informal theory, and to understand the interaction between formal and informal theory. Section 2: Learner outcomes for the lesson & Learning Objectives This experience will have several general learning outcomes a) allow nurses to be more proficient in such skills when they first experience them in a clinical setting b) give nurses an approximation of the kinds of experiences they could have c) provide transferable skills for patient interaction for a variety of other situations that are not directly covered in and d) understand their role in forming informal theory, and the relationship between formal theory and informal theory. ...
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